The Benefits of Wearing a Bra are:
- Relieves discomfort from heavy boobs and the act of gravity
- Improves your posture
- Prevention of many spine problems and back pain
- Slows the rate at which breasts sag and droop
- Preventing breast tissue damage
Tips for Better Bra Health:
- Get measured properly
What’s the best kind of bra to wear? One that fits you perfectly.
Since it’s estimated that over 80% of women wear the wrong bra size, it’s no wonder we breathe a sigh of relief when we let the gals loose at the end of the night. And as mentioned above, there are potential health risks to wearing a poorly fitted bra, which may include breast-tissue damage
Since your body naturally changes as you age, your bra size can also fluctuate. For this reason, it’s important to get measured at least every 2 years… or any time your bra feels like a nuisance. Satin Candy offers free fittings with no bookings.
Use the Bra Calculator to discover your REAL size.
- Choosing the Right Bra Style for Your Cup Size
Between soft cups, sports bras, wireless, bandeaus, full cups, and push-ups, choosing a bra can be difficult. But the best bra style for you will depend mostly on your cup size.
Satin Candy recommends, for example, that large busts can benefit from the extra coverage of full- cup bras, which keep breasts in place and prevent wardrobe malfunctions. The best way to find out which bra styles are right for your bust is by consulting with the bra-fitting specialists at Satin Candy.
Use the Measuring Guide to see if your bra is correct for your body.
- Don’t Wear a Bra to Bed
Does wearing a bra to bed really prevent sagging? While some women swear that wearing a bra to bed maintains shape, it may also promote swelling, cause a build-up of fluid, and prevent natural detoxification by restricting blood flow and lymphatic drainage. Obviously, sometimes we prefer to wear a bra to sleep in, such as in the case of breastfeeding, but our suggestion then would then be to choose a non underwire bra.